Nintendo Co. Ltd. this week said it will increase production of the Nintendo Switch to meet demand.
Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima said this week that it will step up production to meet increased demand.
The company plans to ship two million units by the end of Mar. 2017.
Pre-order sales for the Nintendo Switch sold out at U.S. retail post release date announcement in Jan.
At home the Nintendo Switch rests in the Nintendo Switch Dock that connects to a standard television. When lifted from the dock the Nintendo Switch becomes a portable handheld device with a high-definition screen.
The hardware utilizes a custom Tegra processor from Nvidia Corp, which created custom software, including a revamped physics engine, new libraries, advanced game tools and libraries, and new gaming APIs.
Portable Joy-Con controllers can attach and detach from the Nintendo Switch. The Joy-Con Grip attaches both sides to the grip to resemble a home console controller. Each Joy-Con includes an analog stick and a four-button array.
Outside the home Joy-Con controllers can be used together for single-player games or can each be used separately for two-player local games. A Nintendo Switch Pro Controller with traditional format analog sticks and buttons will be sold separately.
Launch titles include The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and ARMS.
The Nintendo Switch will be sold Mar. 3 at $299.99.